Prayer – the invincible weapon

Ray Holdcroft THE INVINCIBILITY AND IMMUTIBILITY OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY. 1. Prayer the invincible weapon: After sitting, meditating in prayer, of churches that have come into revival after Experiencing tremendous persecution have been liberated. When you are thinking about the world...
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God is Love.

John.3:16; “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” If God is the great giver, it is because He is the great lover. The story is told by Martin Luther that when his translation of...
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Epiphany

Today (6th Jan) is the beginning of Epiphany 12th day after Christmas which traditionally lasts until Ash Wednesday, on the Church Calendar. For those who may not know: epiphany is ‘a manifestation or revelation of Deity’. At Christmas God became man – Jesus Christ. It is...
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How to meet the New Year

How to meet the New Year. Ray Holdcroft 2018 Intro: Why has mankind found it necessary to celebrate the New Year? The answer to that lies somewhere in the instincts of man. From ancient times he has known that progression is built into the foundations of the Universe. The Hebrew...
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‘Thy Will Be Done.’

Thy will be done                                                                                                                          Ray Holdcroft 2016 Text: Mtt.6:10; ‘Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.’ Reading: Mtt.6:9-13; After this manner pray ye; ‘Our Father...
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escape?

Escape? The Psalmist David said, “Oh, that I had wings like a dove. For then I would fly away and be at rest. Lo, then would I wander off, and remain in the wilderness. I would hasten my escape from the windy tempest.” Ps.55:v6; Burdens and pressures of life became unbearable; at...
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Know Yourself.

Socrates said, “The life which is unexamined is not worth living. ”  What a true statement. To examine oneself is to know oneself, and God’s desire is for man to know himself. The prodigal returned home when, “he came to himself.” The hymn writer...
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